Twala Khosi wins first-ever Big Brother Titans, takes home $100,000 cash prize | BbTitans winner

After 76 days, the first season of the Big Brother Titans reality show has come to an end and a South Africa’s Journalist - Khosi Twala has emerged the winner and first Titan of the debut season of the Big Brother Titans show on Sunday, April 2, 2023. 

Khosi, with the full name as Makhosazane Twala is a 25-year-old South African lady who participated as an housemate in the just concluded BBTitans.

Khosi, who had been a fan favourite throughout the season, took home the ultimate grand prize of US$100,000 after garnering the most votes from viewers across Africa.

Twala Khosi wins first-ever Big Brother Titans, take home $100,000 cash prize | BbTitans winner
Photo: Winner of BbTitans 2023 - Twala Khosi. She was declared winner on 2nd April, 2023 | Image credit: Facebook @Big Brother Africa

This season of Big Brother brought together Nigerian and South African housemates in one house for 76 days and has been a massive hit since it premiered three months ago. Viewers across the continent tuned in to watch the drama, romance, and friendships that unfolded inside the Big Brother Titans house.

Finally, a winner has emerged, her full name is Khosi Twala, a 25-year-old South African journalist, quickly became a fan favourite due to her charming personality and strategic gameplay. She formed strong alliances with other housemates and managed to avoid eviction throughout the season. She was up for possible eviction every week till the show’s end.

In the finale, Khosi went up against five other finalists: South Africa’s Ipeleng who was the first person to be evicted, followed by Nigeria’s Ebubu and Yvonne. Afterwards, South Africa’s Tsatsii was evicted as the second runner-up of the show, leaving Nigeria’s Kanaga Jnr and Khosi to go toe-to-toe with Khosi.

Speaking after her win, Khosi thanked fans and fellow housemates for their support. She said, “I am so grateful for this opportunity and I want to thank everyone who voted for me. It has been an incredible journey and I have made some amazing friends along the way.”

Commenting on the success of the show, the Executive Head of Marketing, MultiChoice Nigeria, Tope Oshunkeye said, “Big Brother Titans has been an interesting journey especially when you consider the mash-up of the different cultures, Mzansi (South Africa) and Naija (Nigeria). This has been the ultimate cultural exchange and social cohesion program that has proven that what unites us is bigger than anything else. We at MultiChoice are very proud of this moment and we thank the fans, our dear customers and all the sponsors for the successful season.”

The finale of Big Brother Titans was a star-studded affair, with performances from some of Africa’s top musicians – Mayorkun and Maphorisa.  The viewing party in Lagos also drew appearances from past Big Brother Naija and Titans stars like Adekunle Olopade, Blaqboi, Olivia, Miracle, and Hermes.

These are six records of Khosi:
  1. Khosi full name is Makhosazane Twala.
  2. She is a Journalist in South Africa.
  3. She is a Housemate from South Africa
  4. She is the first to win the Big Brother Titans [BbTitans]
  5. She is the first female to win BbTitans
  6. She becomes US$100,000 more richer today.
Video: A South African Journalist, Twala Khosi has emerged winner of the #bbtitans2023 season 1, and wins cash prize of US$100,000 | Video credit: Daily News TV

The Big Brother Titans show has been a massive success, showcasing the best of Nigerian and South African culture and entertainment. The show has once again demonstrated the power of reality television to captivate audiences across the continent. With Khosi’s win, it has produced a new star who is sure to make waves in the entertainment industry.

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Indeed, Big Brother Titans was up to the task in the just concluded season.

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